Plans lodged for Ury Estate

Ury Estate could see a supermarket, petrol station and a hotel built on the site
Ury Estate could see a supermarket, petrol station and a hotel built on the site

A long standing plan to build a supermarket and lesiure complex on the edge of Stonehaven has been revived.

Plans at Ury Estate have been lodged by FM Ury Ltd to build a “Commercial Development Comprising of 3750m� Supermarket, Petrol Filling Station, 50 Bedroom Hotel and Restaurant with Associated Access Roads, Car Parking and Landscaping.”

The planning application was launched at the end of September to the delight of Kincardineshire locals who have been calling for a supermarket for years.

The new planning application marks just over a year when plans for 50 homes and a golf course designed by Jack Nicklaus were resurrected for the Ury Estate, which is still under consideration by Aberdeenshire council.

Two weeks ago planning application was lodged for a supermarket, petrol station, and school at Braehead.

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